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The mole poblano combines various ingredients such as chicken with mole sauce is made with cocoa or chocolate tablet without or with little fresh ancho chilies, chiles mulato, pasilla chiles, chipotle, tomatoes, almonds, walnuts, raisins, sesame seeds, cloves, cinnamon, parsley, pepper, onion, garlic and tortillas. Despite being a dish with an impressive number of strong or spicy ingredients, well prepared mole is not hard on the stomach . The correct proportions, does not properly exist, and some ingredients may be waived or varied in proportion, but the Mexican cuisine refers to the oldest recipe as the official reference
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HISTORIA DEL MOLE
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The story of the mole goes back to the pre-Columbian era. It relates that the Aztecs prepared for the great lords a complex dish called "mulli" which means soup or mix. The plate used in earlier versions and chocolate turkey meat (turkey mole). There are several versions about the origin of the mole as we know it.  One version places the mole poblano in the convent of Santa Clara in the city of Puebla, capital of the state of Puebla (Mexico) when a nun different ground chiles and other seasonings together in a mortar.
Another version says that the Mole Poblano (the original recipe used about a hundred of ingredients), was created in Puebla de los Angeles in the seventeenth century by Mother Andrea de la Asunción, a Dominican nun of the convent of Santa Rosa during a celebration.
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